Bo the Wolf
August 22, 2011
Good source material book for information on the Armenian Genocide
The writing style is typical Arnold J. Toynbee.
Although well deserved, Toynbee’s criticism would be better received by the readers of the time had it not come across with so much vitriol.
The writing style is consistent with Toynbee’s other works of the time. He is very passionate about the subject, and this fueled his efforts.
The historical research and information collation he did to put the work together is very impressive, especially considering the date the work was written. Because of all of the supportive data he gives, it makes this piece and excellent research book for the subject of the Armenian Genocide at the hands of the Ottoman Turks.